Domaine de la Corniche
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tools that I wanted but decided not to chance the travel time with. We also got lunch here. We got a sausage in a roll and they weren't too bad to be fair. We move onwards again and closer toward Notre Dame. We ran into a protest and it looked interesting to start off with when all the riot police turned up. But it died down soon enough and they played nicely, running away across the bridge. Once we got to the church we found a free tour that skipped ...
... was also a very good dancer but he was not terribly tall. He had high heels developed to make himself taller and long silk stockings to show off his very muscular legs. The heels on his shoes were always red. No one else could have red heels on their shoes.Louis lived for 70+ years. He lived so long that his son and grandsons all predeceased him and he was succeeded by his great grandson Louis ...
... stand in the room. Seeing to Venus de milo and Nike of samothrace were really good too, I have a lot more appreciation for the marble work seeing them in real life. The building was very impressive and I felt like I was spending more time taking photos of the roof than anything else ...
The city of Versailles and the famous Palace of several King Louis' is an easy drive from our little timeshare. It is about an hour and a half down the A-13 -- one of the French freeways into Paris. So, off we went this morning and by 10 a.m. we had arrived. Getting tickets to tour the Palace was another thing. First of all, we did not get them through the Internet, which we could have done. Which meant we had to ...
... the heater again....and ....Voila! It works! Must have been just a loose fuse or dry contact, so problem solved.... We were still an hour or so earlier than the previous day, and we took the train into downtown Paris, changing 3times I think, until we arrived at Abbesses station, just a short 2 block walk to the funicular-rail up to Montmartre. Yeah, ok, we've been there before many times, but that doesn't mean that you don't go back. Just like ...